Controversy surrounding the Sun’s role in climate change

In my home city Vienna, we enjoy a quasi-continental climate. This means hot summers and cold winters. During summers, we often spend weeks way above 35 degrees Celsius during peak days. During the coldest times in winter, we almost always go negative for at least a few degrees again during peak days. The only thing that changes is the tilt of the Earth relative to the Sun. The sun is not farther away or weaker. It just hits the surface of the planet not as directly anymore where I live. A 40-degree change for a change in tilt. Any more questions what makes the climate? 

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